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Rachel Anderson

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    Winner of the Guardian Children's Fiction Award for PAPER FACES, Rachel Anderson has written more than 30 books for children of all ages, many published by OUP. She excels at tackling life's difficult themes with a skilful blend of humour and sensitivity. Rachel is married and has four grown-up children and two grandsons and has achieved her life-long ambition - to live in a cottage in the woods in Northrepps, Norfolk
    20th October 2007

    Big Ben

    This is a moving story about Matthew, whose adored older brother Ben has Downs Syndrome. Matthew is horrified when Ben t... More

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    1st December 1990

    Dyma fi-Nanw!

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    1st September 1992

    Best Friends

    Jessy feels left out when her sister brings a friend home to tea. Worse still, the friend isn't used to people who have ... More

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    21st May 2009

    Moving Times trilogy: Grandmother's Footsteps: Book 2

    Grandmother's Footsteps begins on the day the Second World War ends, seen through the eyes of the bewildered young... More

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    20th September 2008

    Moving Times trilogy: Stronger than Mountains: Book 3

    Throughout the years that Veritas has spent trying to rear me, there's one essential truth she's always stuck to. 'Lov... More

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    21st May 2009

    Moving Times trilogy: Bloom Of Youth: Book 1

    It is the late 1950s: teenagers have barely begun to be invented. Ruth and her older sister Mary struggle with the chaos... More

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    2nd June 2011

    Asylum

    Set in an about-to-be-demolished high-rise block of flats, various characters have arrived from a variety of situation... More

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    9th February 1989

    Jessy Runs Away

    Jessy loves going shopping -- but her family isn't so keen because Jessy always tries to run away. You see, Jessy has Do... More

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    16th August 2004

    Year 4: Hugo and the Long Red Arm

    When Hugo breaks his arm, he expects to feel bored an useless. But when his inactive arm suddenly starts to grow and dev... More

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    1st February 2003

    Hello Peanut!

    This toddler friendly story focuses on a young child's reaction to the unborn baby inside his mother's growing tummy. Us... More

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